It’s well known among New Yorkers that Restaurant Week is, in fact, benevolently longer than seven days. This time, the savory savings last over a month (July 18 through August 21) in honor of the cultural event’s 30th birthday!
We’ve rounded up the Hell’s Kitchen eateries participating in the bi-annual prix fixe parade so that you can plan a tasty month of meal deals at these neighborhood favorites. Make your reservations now!
5 Napkin Burger 630 9th Ave — corner of W45th St
Robert Guarino and crew make some of the best burgers in town, and Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to try them at their $30 lunch offering. Whether you dive into a beef, turkey or Impossible patty, you will need that knife and fork!
Añejo 668 10th Ave — corner of W47th St
A go-to for well-balanced and potent Margaritas and excellent Mexican tapas, Añejo offers a $30 lunch and $45 dinner with items similar to their Shrimp Empanadas, Lamb Barbacoa Tacos and of course, their housemade Guacamole. If you’re making reservations, take note that Saturdays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Aqua Boil 750 9th Ave b/w W50th and W51st St
Satisfy your summer seafood craving with a $60 prix fixe dinner and $60 Sunday brunch/lunch from Aqua Boil, serving up some of the finest Cajun cuisine on the West Side. Enjoy honey garlic wings, snow crab legs and shrimp and fried calamari with their tropical margaritas.
Chez Josephine 414 W42nd St bw 9th/Dyer Ave
A salon for the Francophile and Josephine Baker fan in all of us, Hell’s Kitchen stalwart Chez Josephine is offering a $30 lunch (and $30 Sunday brunch) as well as $45 dinner Monday through Friday. Expect signature dishes similar to their Lobster Ravioli, Grilled Skirt Steak and Profiteroles!
Danji 346 W52nd Street bw 8/9th Ave
Already well-known around the neighborhood for its Michelin Star, visiting Danji during Restaurant Week is an optimal way to experience their top-notch Korean cuisine at a more accessible price. Their $60, three-course prix fixe menu includes bulgogi beef sliders, fresh noodles with pork belly and kimchi in black bean sauce and their housemade ice cream.
Etcetera Etcetera 352 W44th St — bw 8/9th Ave
A well-known choice for casual, convivial Italian dining, Etcetera Etcetera is offering a $45 dinner with their chilled Tomato and Cucumber soup perfect for hot summer nights, signature grilled Branzino and homemade sorbetto. If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Green Fig 570 10th Ave — corner of W42nd St
Tucked away inside the YOTEL, at Green Fig “Our love is food. Our love affair is beverage.” Enjoy a sky-high $45 dinner with dishes similar to Sweet Chili Chicken Tacos, Duck Fat Confit Chicken, Vegan Cauliflower Steak and Artichoke Ricotta Flatbread. If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays and Sundays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Hudson West 629 W57th Street bw 11/12th Ave
A Hell’s Kitchen favorite for high-quality Mediterranean cuisine, this W57th Street outpost from the Livanos family of restaurants has something for everyone. This summer’s Restaurant Week menu includes a $45 dinner with options like Greek Mussels, Zucchini Gnocchi and their signature Greek Salad.
Ikebana Zen 401 W53rd Street bw 9/10th Ave
A stunning, well-appointed dining room with both indoor and outdoor seating, Ikebana Zen specializes in traditional Japanese Omakase dining with a thoughtfully curated menu full of innovative dishes and cocktails. While they haven’t yet released their Restaurant Week $60 dinner menu, you can expect to try items similar to their Wagyu and Yuzu steak and potato, Fig Miso Black Cod and Matcha Panna Cotta. If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Jasmine’s Caribbean Cuisine 371 W46th St — east of 9th Ave
This Restaurant Row eatery opened during the pandemic and has become one of the best Caribbean spots in the city at large. The team at Jasmine’s delivers the best of the region’s cuisine in a friendly, vacation-like atmosphere. Their $45 dinner includes options like their famous Jerk Chicken wings, Codfish Frittatas and other-worldly red velvet cake. If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Kashkaval Garden 852 9th Ave bw 55/56th St
Now celebrating a quarter century of delighting Hell’s Kitchen with their time-honored tapas recipes, Kashkaval Garden joins in on the Restaurant Week fun with a $30 lunch/brunch and $45 dinner with choices like their signature fondue and a tasting plate with all of your favorites (peppadews, mini boreks, grape leaves, kashkaval cheese, hummus and whole wheat pita).
La Palapa @ Gotham West Market 600 11th Ave b/w W44th and W45th St
Despite being positioned as a casual food hall, Gotham West Market is actually fairly expensive. Restaurant Week is then the perfect time to head over and try some of their excellent fare at lunch-friendly prices. The $30 lunch and $45 dinner options include items similar to La Palapa’s Carne Asada Tacos, Beef Brisket Suadero and Vegan Avocado Corn.
La Pulperia 623 9th Ave — corner of W44th St
Known for their drag brunches as well as new mezcal and whiskey tasting outpost NxtRoom, why not stop by La Pulperia first for a $60 prix fixe dinner including items like Short Ribs Parpadelle, Skirt Steak and Churros? If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays and Sundays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
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Le Sia 651 9th Ave b/w W45/W46th St
An incredible mashup of Cajun and Chinese cuisines, Chef Zac Zhang and team welcome diners for a $45 lunch/brunch and $45 dinner featuring menu items similar to their Blue Crab and Crawfish Boil, Asian Style Jambalaya and Spicy and Sour Bean Jelly. If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Marseille 630 9th Ave — corner of W44th St
A must for French Provencal cuisine, if you haven’t yet been to Marseille, consider this your excuse to finally try their Salmon Tartare or Beef Bavette on the $39 lunch menu or the Branzino on the $59 dinner menu. If you’re making reservations, be sure to note that Saturdays are excluded from the prix fixe menu.
Masseria Dei Vini 887 9th Ave — bw W57/58th St
The place to go for a spectacular Italian wine program (not to mention Neapolitan Pizza and top-notch seafood), Masseria will host $30 lunch and $45 dinner featuring entrees like Filetto di Orata (Broiled filet of Sea Bream with herbs) and Scialatielli alla Siciliana (eggplant fettuccine).
The Meatball Shop 798 9th Ave on the corner of W53rd St
Already excellent value when you’re looking for a quick-yet-tasty pre-show meal that won’t bankrupt you, The Meatball Shop joins the Restaurant Week fun with $30 lunch and $45 dinner that includes hits like Mini Buffalo Balls, Italian Wedding Soup and Chicken Parm.
And if you don’t find anything that takes your fancy here, check out the W42ST Hell’s Kitchen Local App which has over 250 businesses that are the favorites of our readers. Whatever you do, support our local businesses!